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Samsung 900MHz GDDR3 chip in Mass Production

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    Samsung Electronics the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it is mass producing the fastest graphics memory device in the world - a 900 MHz Graphics Double Data Rate 3 (GDDR3) chip. The device - already being used in graphics cards for PCs, workstations and notebooks - is 50 percent faster than the previous computer memory chip produced in large volume.
    The last mass-produced computer graphics memory was the 256Megabit (Mb) 600 Mhz GDDR3 chip - also a first for Samsung at that time. The 512Mb 900MHz GDDR3, aligned in 32 rows of 16Mb chips, is enabling high-speed 256 and 512 Megabyte (MB) graphics cards.

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    how bout nvidia bulid a card with the 2 g71 (like asus new daul gpu g70) 512 or 1024 mbs
    with the new 900 gddr3 that would bet the sli 7800gtx 512 at 32 lane banwith or put 2 of those cards in sli = 3dmark05 30000 + i mean the techongoly is there and be mass produced baring the g71 but nvidia is sendingthose to maufaters there right a round the coner probably want like $1000 for daul gpu g71 1024 mbs 900mhz gddr3

    oh who bout bfg or xfx xx00 daul gpu gt oc
     
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    wasnt samsung working on gddr4 do out in q2 of next year maybe 1300 mhz or higher

    okay i am let my imangtion get to me on the last to replys
     

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